FlightCast is celebrating 50 episodes! To do that, I had a very special chat with my grandmother over some spaghetti where we went through photos and war medals of my late Great Grandfather, who served in WWII as a pilot and navigator on both the Avro Lancaster and Short Sterling aircraft.
Thanks for listening over these 50 episodes. Here’s to 50 more!
I’m not into this war stuff as much as others but I must say this is pretty amazing. Thanks for sharing! Oh and congratulations, I think we should have an episode if you haven’t already with you talking ba out why you started Flight cast and what you wanted to achieve.
Thank you Jason for sharing personal information and family history. Although the content at time felt slightly macabre, your message shines through. On a side note I’ll admit I felt as if I was listening to a story on NPR, which I hope you will only accept as a compliment. Nice work, great piece, Happy 50th.
@CyLyric, wow, thank you for the very kind words. I agree that it was pretty heavy at times. I was going for a very raw and honest feel so hopefully that’s what you heard. Ira Glass was the inspiration behind the production so that’s definitely a compliment! Cheers.
Just a question, after 50 episodes of success, where is your next step? What are you planning for? I mean Change is risky road but worth it, not saying that your content is started to get boring, but remember, Love, Innovation, and crearivity are the main points for success, and having new ideas is an attractive hook for the listener.